IELTS Speaking
IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Staying Up

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Staying Up

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Staying Up

  • Do you often stay up late?
  • Did you stay up late when you were a kid?
  • What do you do when you stay up late?
  • What does it feel like the next morning if you stay up late?

1. Do you frequently stay up late?

There have been a few occasions when I’ve had to stay up late, but it’s quite rare for me. For instance, during festivals, my family stays up until midnight, and there are times when I’ve burned the midnight oil until 2 in the morning to finish projects.

2. Did you stay up late when you were younger?

Outside of festivals, my parents ensured I was in bed by 10 pm at the latest. They wanted to make sure I wouldn’t struggle with waking up the next morning, so they made sure I got enough rest.

3. How do you usually spend your late nights?

On certain occasions, I use the time to study for exams or complete projects. In rare cases, I might engage in activities like playing games, binge-watching movies, or hanging out with friends, sometimes losing track of time.

4. How do you feel in the morning after staying up late?

It varies; if I have to wake up early, it can be a struggle to motivate myself to get out of bed. However, if I’ve had sufficient sleep, I might experience a brief headache, though it usually subsides after a few minutes.

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